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The industry provides high paying jobs for workers at every level. Workers on many asphalt pavement projects must be paid minimum wages that exceed $30 per hour for most positions.

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Job Security

Asphalt pavements jobs cannot be outsourced to other countries. Roads are built and maintained by people who live and work in the local community, there are miles and miles of roads in dire need of repair, and more workers are expected to retire than can be replaced in the near future.

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Formal education is not a barrier to advancement. Asphalt pavement companies care more about desire to work and learn than degrees. Hard workers can get to top-level positions with or without formal education.

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There are positions for employees who place asphalt pavement, prepare bids, administer contracts, test asphalt pavement in labs, manage projects, mix asphalt pavement, operate heavy equipment and trucks, fix equipment, advertise, and perform may other tasks.


Asphalt Paving Career Opportunities

Advanced Paving & Construction Ogden, UT

All State Materials Group Sumerland, MA

American Pavement Preservation Las Vegas, NV

Arkema—Road Science Berthoud, CO

Asphalt Materials, Inc. West Jordan, UT

Asphalt Systems, Inc. SLC, UT 

Barricade Services SLC UT

Black Forest Paving West Jordan, UT

Blue Road Solutions Dallas, TX

Cate Rental and Sales LLC SLC, UT

CIVCO Engineering Price, UT

CMT Engineering West Valley City, UT

Construction Material Recycling Coalville, UT

Consolidated Paving & Concrete Ogden, UT

Coughlin Company St. George, UT


Culter Repaving, Inc. Greeley, CO

Double D Distribution North SLC, UT

Eckles Paving Draper, UT

Foreland Refining & Transportation Woods Cross, UT

Gencor Industries Orlando, FL

Geneva Rock Products (Clyde Companies, Inc.) Orem, UT

GeoDyne Transport SLC, UT

Goodfellow Corporation Pleasant Grove, UT

Granite Construction Company Salt Lake City, UT

Holbrook Asphalt Co. St. George, UT

Honnen Equipment SLC, UT

Infrared Solutions SLC, UT

Ingevity N. Charleston, SC

Intermountain Slurry Seal SLC, UT

Interwest Safety Supply Provo, UT

Intermountain Traffic Safety, Inc. Kaysville, UT

Johnny B Transport, LLC North Salt Lake City, UT

J-U-B Engineers, Inc. Orem, UT

Kilgore Companies Magna, UT

Kimball Equipment SLC, UT

Komatsu Equipment SLC, UT

Landmark Testing & Engineering St. George, UT

LeGrand Johnson Logan, UT

Libra Systems Harrisville, PA

M&M Asphalt Services Milford, UT

Martin Marietta Milford, UT

Maxwell Products SLC, UT

McNeil Engineering Sandy, UT

Monson Engineering SLC, UT

Morgan Pavement Maintenance Clearfield, UT

Mountain Regional Equipment Solutions, Inc. SLC, UT

Mountain State Asphalt Tooele, UT

Nu Rock Asphalt Clearfield, UT

Pacific GeoSource Syracuse, UT

Peak Asphalt LLC Idaho Falls, ID

PEPG Consulting Sandy, UT

REDLIST Pleasant Grove, UT

Rush Truck Centers SLC, UT

Seal Coat Supply, Inc. Layton, UT

SealMaster Utah West Valley City, UT

Sinclair Oil Corporation SLC, UT

Sonoran Process Equipment Ogden, UT

Staker Parson Companies Ogden, UT:

Reynolds Excavating Draper, UT
Hales Sand & Gravel Redmond, UT
Western Rock St. George, UT
Burdick Materials Roosevelt, UT
Nielson Construction Huntington, UT

Suncor Energy (USA), Inc.

Sunroc St. George, UT

T&N Asphalt Services SLC, UT

Thorn Milling & Construction Riverton, UT

Utah Department of Transportation SLC, UT

Wheeler Machinery West Valley City, UT

WW Clyde Springville, UT

Lunch and Learn program

The UAPA Lunch & Learn Program helps members stay current about specification changes. Members get information about new products and innovations. Our events, including the lunch & learns, are also an opportunity for industry networking.

We look for presenters who are industry experts or who are well-educated about their specific subject. They are expected to be able to deal with whatever the topic is. Lunch & Learn sessions often generate a lot of follow-up conversations and meetings. Those who hear the presentations often take the information back to their colleagues, and that prompts additional conversations.

These sessions will give you the right tools to be able to make good decisions, and help you to find the right path for the particular problem you are trying to solve. The fact that they are free does not hurt either. They are also a great first exposure to UAPA. Please check our Events page for upcoming Lunch & Learn events, as well as other events held throughout the year.

asphalt inspection certification program

More and more owners are becoming aware of the need to increase their knowledge related to the design, production, and inspection of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) pavements. The need to understand the differences between a structural focused mix and a durable focused mix is necessary to be able to select the proper mix for the application, but even more paramount is the need to be able to verify that the desired mix has been properly produced and placed in the field.

This course seeks to demystify commonly used standards and applications associated with the inspection and construction of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) pavements in Utah, and to explain the best practices and common approaches to understanding and implementing associated sampling and testing procedures, checklists, and specifications needed to produce the best performing pavements.

Course Benefits

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Register for the course today!

Date / Time

Thursday, December 3, 2020
10:00am – 3:00pm

Course Location

Online Event

Certificate provided at course completion. 

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